The most extensive Yamaha R3 exhaust and Superbike build information you’ll find anywhere! Read on! It’s been a couple years since I first released my article on the Yamaha R3’s power and some of the available exhaust systems. But a lot has changed in the past couple years so it was time for an update.
This post will cover how to remove the air injection system and charcoal canister from the Yamaha R3 using my removal kit with blockoff plate. If you will be tuning the Yamaha R3 using an O2 sensor, you will have to bypass or remove the clean air injection system first in order to get proper AFR
I thought I would just put this info up as a separate post so it can be referenced easily to compare the aftermarket exhaust weights. The OEM headers, catalytic converter, and muffler weigh 11 lbs 9.2 oz. The OEM slip-on weighs 6 lbs 4.8 oz, and the OEM heat shield weighs another 5.5 oz.
I received my first delivery of Akrapovic’s carbon fiber S-Y2SO12-HAPC slip-on exhaust systems for the 2015 Yamaha R3 today. The carbon has a unique look to it that’s darker than most carbon fiber and it has a little of the weave texture still. One other cool thing to note is that the band clamp is 100%
I received my first delivery of Akrapovic S-Y2SO11-AHCSS slip-on exhaust systems for the 2015 Yamaha R3 yesterday (it’s the same as the R25 exhaust), but I ran out of time to post about them, so here it is… Packaging is simple and the exhaust is marvelous! I would expect nothing less from Akrapovic. The welds